Virtual Screening Room
The Nickelodeon Theatre, in partnership with independent distributors, now bring you Virtual Screening Rooms! Enjoy all the indie films you miss – from home! We will bring you new and exciting indie and foreign films that are not currently available on any VOD platform, for about the same price as your regular movie ticket. This is an exciting adaptation to our theatrical experience, and an important way for the Nick to continue generating income during these difficult times (yup, we get a cut of your ticket sale).
Sit back, pop some corn, and join us from your home!
Thank you for your continued support and patience with this new initiative.
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The Virtual Screening Room is sponsored by George Wolfe. Thank you, George!
Deep in Vogue
DEEP IN VOGUE celebrates the colorful, queer, emotional and political stories of Northern Vogue in Manchester, UK and the black, gay ballrooms of 1980s New York City. The documentary had its UK premiere at BFI Flare and its US premiere at NewFest NYC. Over the course of a year, film makers Dennis Keighron-Foster and Amy Watson charted the buildup to the Manchester ICONS Vogue Ball and explore universal themes and the unique styles from both sides of the Atlantic including the sometimes-dramatic internal politics of Vogue to external politics including the disenfranchisement of black youth, LGBT issues, the dearth of art spaces and modes of expression, the over-commercialized gay scene, and the lack of safe spaces for the truly different. DEEP IN VOGUE is an electric, informative, and entertaining celebration of people coming to love and accept themselves, finding a new family through Vogue.
Markie in Milwaukee
A 7-foot-tall fundamentalist Baptist minister, Markie Wenzel finally began living as female at age 46. It was a decision that ended her 20-year marriage, estranged her children, and exiled her from the church that defined her. Filmed over a decade, Matt Kliegman's acclaimed documentary asks: When your loved ones won't accept you for who you are, how can you accept yourself?
Koshien: Japan's Field of Dreams
Baseball is life for the die-hard competitors in the 100th annual Koshien, Japan's wildly popular national high school baseball championship, whose alumni include U.S. baseball star Shohei Ohtani and former Yankee Hideki Matsui. But for Coach Mizutani and his players, cleaning the grounds and greeting their guests are equally important as honing their baseball skills. In director Ema Ryan Yamazaki's dramatic and intimate journey to the heart of the Japanese national character, will those acts add up to victory or prove a relic of the past?
On January 23rd, 2020, China locked down Wuhan, a city of 11 million, to combat the emerging COVID-19 outbreak. Set deep inside the frontlines of the crisis, 76 DAYS tells indelible human stories at the center of this pandemic—from a woman begging in vain to bid a final farewell to her father, a grandpa with dementia searching for his way home, a couple anxious to meet their newborn, to a nurse determined to return personal items to families of the deceased. These raw and intimate stories bear witness to the death and rebirth of a city under a 76-day lockdown, and to the human resilience that persists in times of profound tragedy.
Retired civil engineer Duszejko lives a secluded life in a mountain village close to the border between Poland and the Czech Republic. She is charismatic and eccentric, a passionate astrologer, and a strict vegetarian. One day her beloved dogs disappear. On a snowy winter’s night shortly afterward she discovers the dead body of her neighbor and, next to it, deer tracks. More men die in a similarly mysterious way. All of them were pillars of the village community, and all were passionate hunters.